Karine Nyborg - Publications#

1. Aaheim, A., Nyborg, K. (1995): On the Interpretation and Applicability of a ‘Green National Product’, Review of Income and Wealth 41, 57-71.

2. Brekke, K. A., Lurås, H., Nyborg, K. (1996): Allowing Disagreement in Evaluations of Social Welfare, Journal of Economics 63, 303-324.

3. Nyborg, K. (1998): Some Norwegian Politicians’ Use of Cost-Benefit Analysis, Public Choice 95, 381-401.

4. Nyborg, K. (1999): Informational Aspects of Environment Policy Deserve More Attention: Comment on the paper by Frey, Journal of Consumer Policy 22, 419-427.

5. Nyborg, K., and I. Spangen (2000): Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Democratic Ideal, Nordic Journal of Political Economy 26 (1), 83-93.

6. Nyborg, K. (2000): Homo Economicus and Homo Politicus: Interpretation and Aggregation of Environmental Values, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 42/3, 305-322. (Awarded the Eric Kempe Award. Reprinted in Hoel, M. (ed.) (2004): Recent Developments in Environmental Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 409-426.)

7. Nyborg, K. (2000): Project Analysis as Input to Public Debate: Environmental Valuation versus Physical Unit Indicators, Ecological Economics 34 (3), 393- 408.

8. Nyborg, K. (2000): Voluntary Agreements and Non-Verifiable Emissions, Environmental and Resource Economics 17 (2), 125-144.

9. Medin, H., K. Nyborg and I. Bateman (2001): The Assumption of Equal Marginal Utility of Income: How Much does it Matter? Ecological Economics 36 (3), 397-410.

10. Bruvoll, A., B. Halvorsen, and K. Nyborg (2002): Households' Recycling Efforts, Resources, Conservation & Recycling 36 (4), 337-354.

11. Brekke, K. A., S. Kverndokk, and K. Nyborg (2003): An Economic Model of Moral Motivation, Journal of Public Economics 87 (9-10), 1967-1983.

12. Nyborg, K., and M. Rege (2003): Does Public Policy Crowd Out Private Contributions to Public Goods? Public Choice 115 (3), 397-418.

13. Nyborg, K., and M. Rege (2003): On Social Norms: The Evolution of Considerate Smoking Behavior, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 52 (3), 323-340.

14. Brekke, K. A., R. B. Howarth, and K. Nyborg (2003): Status-Seeking and Material Affluence: Evaluating the Hirsch Hypothesis, Ecological Economics 45 (1), 29 - 39.

15. Bye, B., and K. Nyborg (2003): "Are Differentiated Carbon Taxes Inefficient? A General Equilibrium Analysis", the Energy Journal 24 (2), 95-112.

16. Nyborg, K. (2003): The Impact of Public Policy on Social and Moral Norms: Some Examples, Journal of Consumer Policy 26 (3), 259-277.

17. Nyborg, K., and K. Telle (2004): The Role of Warnings in Regulation: Keeping Control with Less Punishment, Journal of Public Economics 88 (12), 2801-2816.

18. Bruvoll, A. and K. Nyborg (2004): The Cold Shiver of Not Giving Enough: On the Social Cost of Recycling Campaigns, Land Economics 80 (4), 539-549.

19. Brekke, K. A., R. B. Howarth, and K. Nyborg (2005): Evaluating the Hirsch Hypothesis: A Response. Ecological Economics 55, 456-458.

20. Nyborg, K. (2005): Early Decisions, A Regulatory Framework: Comments. Swedish Economic Policy Review 2:2005, 61-64.

21. Nyborg, K., and K. Telle (2006): Firms' compliance to environmental regulation: Is there really a paradox? Environmental and Resource Economics 35 (1), 1-18.

22. Nyborg, K., R.B. Howarth, and K.A. Brekke (2006): Green Consumers and Public Policy: On Socially Contingent Moral Motivation, Resource and Energy Economics 28 (4), 351-366.

23. Brekke, K.A., K. Nyborg, and M. Rege (2007): The Fear of Exclusion: Individual Effort when Group Formation is Endogenous, Scandinavian Journal of Economics 109 (3), 531-550.

24. Brekke, K.A., and K. Nyborg (2008): Attracting responsible employees: Green production as labor market screening, Resource and Energy Economics 30, 509-526.

25. Nyborg, K. (2010): Will Green Taxes Undermine Moral Motivation? Public Finance and Management 10 (2) (special issue on Public Finance and the Environment), 331-351.

26. Brekke, K.A., G. Kipperberg and K. Nyborg (2010): Social Interaction in Responsibility Ascription: The Case of Household Recycling, Land Economics 86(4), 766-784.

27. Brekke, K.A., and K. Nyborg (2010): Selfish Bakers, Caring Nurses? A Model of Work Motivation, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 75, 377-394.

28. Anthoff, D., E. Baldwin, S. Barrett, L. Cohen, D. Coyle, P. Dasgupta, S. Dietz, D.J. Frame, R. Hahn, J.K. Hammitt, C. Hepburn, M. Hoel, C.D. Kolstad, A. Lange, R. Mendelsohn, K. Nyborg, I.W.H. Parry, P. Passell, K. Richards, R. Ritz, T.C. Schelling, M. Tavoni, A. Ulph, H.R.J. Vollebergh, A. Xepapadeas (2011): Thinking through the climate change challenge. Open letter, 16 January, VoxEU: Research-based policy analysis and commentary from leading economists, http://www.voxeu.org/index.php?q=node%2F6019.

29. Nyborg, K. (2011): I Don’t Want to Hear About it: Rational Ignorance among Duty-Oriented Consumers, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 79, 263-274.

30. Brekke, K.A., K.E. Hauge, J.T. Lind, and K. Nyborg (2011): Playing with the Good Guys: A Public Good Game with Endogenous Group Formation, Journal of Public Economics 95, 1111-1118.

31. Jacobsen, K.J., K.H. Eika, L. Helland, J.T. Lind, K. Nyborg (2011): Are nurses more altruistic than real estate brokers? Journal of Economic Psychology 32, 818-831.

32. Nyborg, K. and T. Zhang (2013): Is corporate social responsibility associated with lower wages? Environmental and Resource Economics 55 (1), 107-117.

33. Nyborg, K. (2014): Do responsible employers attract responsible employees? IZA World of Labor, http://wol.iza.org/articles/do-responsible-employers-attract-responsible-employees.

34. Barrett, S., T.M. Lenton, A. Millner, A. Tavoni, S. Carpenter, J.M. Anderies, F.S. Chapin III, A.-S. Crépin, G. Daily, P. Ehrlich, C. Folke, V. Galaz, T. Hughes, N. Kautsky, E.F. Lambin, R. Naylor, K. Nyborg, S. Polasky, M. Scheffer, J. Wilen, A. Xepapadeas, A. de Zeeuw (2014): Climate engineering reconsidered, Nature Climate Change 4, 527–529.

35. Nyborg, K. (2014): Project Evaluation with Democratic Decision-making: What Does Cost-Benefit Analysis Really Measure? Ecological Economics, 106, 124-131.

36. Troell, M., R.L. Naylor, M. Metian, M. Beveridge, P.H. Tyedmers, C. Folke, K.J. Arrow, S. Barrett, A.-S. Crépin, P.R. Ehrlich, Å. Gren, N. Kautsky, S.A. Levin, K. Nyborg, H. Österblom, S. Polasky, M. Scheffer, B.H. Walker, T. Xepapadeas, and A.J. de Zeeuw (2014): Aquaculture and the resilience of global food systems, PNAS (Early Edition doi:10.1073/pnas.1404067111).

37. Czajkowski, M., N. Hanley, K. Nyborg (2015): Social norms, Morals and Self-interest as Determinants of Pro-Environment Behaviours: The Case of Household Recycling, Environmental and Resource Economics, forthcoming.
38. Nyborg, K. (2012): The Ethics and Politics of Environmental Cost-Benefit Analysis. Routledge Explorations in Environmental Economics, London/New York: Routledge.

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